The World Badminton Federation will amend the regulations that must participate in the European and Asian races to compete in the year-end finals.
Badminton World Federation Secretary General Lund confirmed in an online press conference a few days ago that they will modify the eligibility rules for the year-end finals, because they will no longer apply after the Asian station is postponed from November to January.
"Our original plan was to have safe bubble-style races in two places, but it is no longer applicable. We will review and revise the selection rules before issuing the selection rules to players and coaches."
Lund’s announcement is undoubtedly good news for the strong teams of Malaysia, Indonesia and China that are missing the Danish Super 750. They are still eligible to participate in the year-end finals with a total prize of 1.5 million US dollars.
Lund also reiterated that although there are only 5 stations remaining from 37 stations throughout the year, the year-end finals will still be staged because this has a great promotion effect on badminton. It is for athletes to participate in the total. The final will be a summary for 2020.
"After finishing the Denmark-Thailand game, the year-end finals are more important... This is a difficult year. To summarize the 2020 game in Thailand, it will be a happy ending for the fans, players and everyone. ." (All Sports)